Swift Current will welcome Martensville to S3 Arenas tonight for the opening game of the Hockey Saskatchewan Provincial U15 A Final.

Swift Current comes into the final unbeaten in the playoffs after two-game sweeps of Yorkton and Weyburn. Martensville won series against Warman and the Battlefords en route to the final.

Tonight's game starts at 5:45pm with game two in Martensville on Saturday.

Flames rebound with win over Ducks

The Calgary Flames bounced back from a six-goal loss in LA on Monday with a 5-1 win in Anaheim Tuesday night. Tyler Toffoli had three assists for the Flames. 

Meanwhile, former Bronco Adam Lowry scored as Winnipeg beat Arizona 2-1. The Jets are four points ahead of the Flames for the last wild card spot in the west. Also, former Bronco Jake DeBrusk scored the game-winner as the Boston Bruins beat Ottawa 2-1 for their fourth-straight win. The Senators are six points back of the last playoff spot in the east.

Elsewhere, Montreal edged Tampa Bay 3-2, the Islanders beat Toronto 7-2 and Vegas edged Vancouver 4-3. 

Just two games in the NHL tonight with the Edmonton Oilers hosting Arizona and the Pittsburgh Penguins looking to snap a four-game losing streak in Colorado against the Avalanche, who have won six in a row.

Canada splits Tuesday games at World Women's Curling

Kerri Einarson and Team Canada moved to 5-2 at the World Women's Curling Championship in Sweden after splitting their two games on Tuesday. The team from Gimli, Manitoba fell 7-6 to the defending champions from Switzerland before rebounding with a 10-4 win over New Zealand.

Canada continues round-robin with games against Germany and South Korea today.

57's add shortstop from Slippery Rock

The Swift Current 57's continue to build their roster for the upcoming season, adding shortstop Koby Bubash from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. Bubash hit .402 with five home runs and 21 RBI in 30 games in 2022.

The 57's start their season at home against Regina on May 26.

Japan claims third WBC title after thrilling win over USA

An instant classic to wrap up the World Baseball Classic. 

Shohei Ohtani struck out LA Angels teammate Mike Trout to get the final out for Japan in a 3-2 win over the USA in Tuesday night’s championship game. 

Japan captures their third WBC title and first since 2009, and Ohtani was named the tournament’s MVP. 

Meanwhile, the Toronto Blue Jays continue spring training against the Baltimore Orioles today. Opening Day in the majors is next Thursday.

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